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Dianna Atkinson, President of CAMAT; Takwana Nhau, Shelter House; Matilda Ankrah, President of the African Caribbean Student Association at LU. Food donations collected by CAMAT for the Shelter House Thunder Bay.

CAMAT Enjoys International Dinner in Thunder Bay

THUNDER BAY – Each year the Caribbean African Multicultural Association of Thunder Bay (CAMAT) hosts an International Christmas Dinner for community members and families in Thunder Bay. This event highlights the diversity in Thunder Bay and brings families from different parts of the world and cultures together during this very special time of year. For

Posted 7 December 2016 by in Featured
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Gord Downie Honoured at AFN Assembly

THUNDER BAY – Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Grand Chief Alvin Fiddler and First Nation leaders honoured Canadian musician Gord Downie for his efforts to move Canadians closer to reconciliation during the Assembly of First Nations national assembly today. “Gord has taken the country by storm with his heartfelt call to action, and I am touched

Posted 7 December 2016 by in Anishinaabe
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Weather Warning

Snow Squalls for East Superior Shore

THUNDER BAY – WEATHER – Road conditions are expected to be variable over the coming day as snow and snow squalls will impact the north shore of Lake Superior. Snow squall warning in effect for: Wawa – Pukaskwa Park Snow squalls are expected. Under the snow squall bands, visibilities will be significantly reduced due to

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United Way Working to Meet Goal

THUNDER BAY – United Way of Thunder Bay Campaign Co-Chair, Mike Nitz, says the campaign has reached $1,287,481 so far, but they’re not done yet. “There are a number of employee campaigns still taking place, along with some fundraising events. We typically see a lot of dollars come in closer to the end of the

Posted 6 December 2016 by in Featured
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